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Vidal

Vidal is a hybrid grape variety that was developed in the 1930s by French breeder Jean Louis Vidal, known for its resistance to cold temperatures, making it well-suited for cooler climates

Varietal Origin: Vidal is a hybrid grape variety that was developed in France by crossing Ugni Blanc and Rayon d'Or. It is primarily grown in colder wine regions, such as Canada, the United States, and some parts of Europe.

Taste Profile: Vidal wines are known for their bold and expressive flavors. In cooler climates, it can produce wines with high acidity, tropical fruit notes, and floral aromas. In warmer regions, Vidal can yield wines with more ripe fruit flavors, such as apricot, peach, and honey.

Regional Styles: Vidal is widely grown in Canada, particularly in the Niagara Peninsula, where it is used to produce ice wines, which are renowned for their luscious sweetness and concentrated flavors. Vidal is also grown in other parts of the world, including the United States (particularly in New York, Michigan, and Washington), as well as in some European wine regions

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